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and gentlemen, there he is. >>> did you know that bob costas does impressions? more of my interview up later in the program. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] something powerful is coming. ♪ see it in the fourth quarter. ♪ >>> geraldo, he hardly needs a last name, has had a checkered career it seems like he has been around forever. he thought about chucking it for a new line of work running for the senate from new jersey. he talked about that potential candidacy on his network. >> i'm seriously contemplating. my wife, erica, and i are talking about it. we are exploring it. very excited as new jersey residents. we can revive, we think, the gop in the garden state. >> so, is this for real? is geraldo rivera a plausible politician? joining us in new york pete dominick. do you see him plunging into a race or is this a bit of a stunt? >> it is hard to know what is in somebody's heart. he is trying to get attention and more people watching and listening to what he does on the radio and on tv. i think the question becomes, howie, can viewers transvert to voters. if he won a republican primary and went
to the daily show. my name is jon stewart. my guest is bob costas. bob costas. he's going to be joining us on the program. we're going to begin with big news out of washington. in these recent years of perpetual war our military had to address some standard issues in order to keep enlistments up they've loosened their educational requirements, their "have you committed a felony" requirements. but now they're dropping the biggest barrier to combat roles yet. the [bleep] and balls requirement. >> leon panetta announced the military will let women serve in front line combat units including infantry, armor, artillery even potentially special forces >> jon: wow. first gays, now women. what's next? noncitizens? oh, really? for hundreds of years before both those other groups? the point is to it's a major policy shift. there are bound to be detractors >> there are certain anatomical facts about upper body strength. your 6'4 ," 240 pound marine you're injured and you need the marine next to you carry back to safety. your the marine next to you is a 5'4 "women who weighs 115 pounds. >> jon: you're
this morning, including the big game tonight. bob costas of nbc sports will be here to talk about football and player safety issues. >>> but we want to start with a washington battle on full display this week when the president's pick to head the pentagon, former republican senator chuck hagel, came under fire from members of his own party during a very contentious confirmation hearing. >> name one person in your opinion who's intim nated by the israeli lobby in the united states senate. >> are we right or wrong? that's a pretty straightforward question. >> senator hagel, please answer the question i asked. today, do you think unilateral sanctions would be a bad idea? >> all this raising questions about how effective chuck hagel will be if confirmed as secretary of defense. earlier this weekend, i sat down for a rare joint interview with the top military leadership issue the outgoing secretary of defense leon panetta and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general martin dempsey. >>> secretary panetta, welcome back to "meet the press." general dempsey, welcome. let me start with the
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was coming. >> absolutely. >> i knew the r word was coming. it was coming up here. bob costa, let me just ask you. i'm looking at the late posting on the "new york times" website. democrats press gop to start talks to avert budget crisis. this is with six days to go. but in the democratic plan is the r word, revenues. haven't we dismissed that? is there anything in this report at all? >> i think the congressman brings up some great points. the president feels like he's in a great negotiating position. he won on the fiscal cliff. he won the election. he thinks he has republicans in a corner. he'll keep bringing up revenue, which is tax hikes, and he'll keep pressuring them to accept them. the problem for republicans is this. they already let some of the bush tax cuts expire. good luck going to the republican base and conservatives. if you're a republican lawmaker. and saying we're going to have some more revenue. i just don't think it's a tolerable situation right now in the gop to do what you're saying. >> it split the party in pieces. >> internal revolt. the president thinks he can get a bal
>>> bob costas, there's much more we want to get to, including the latest news about a-rod, performance enhancing drugs in baseball and football. but we are out of time. we want to take to the web for a take two, which you can find later on the web. david will be back next week with an exclusive with representative eric cantor, on whether the . . oh. >>> very good monday morning to you. right now on first look -- baltimore celebrates their win with a power outage. some supersized ads and one heck of a game. >>> president obama takes his gun control message to the twin cities today. >>> plus, the 5-year-old hostage in alabama inters its seventh day. >>> and rumors of muhammad ali's demise, all premature? we'll explain. >>> very good morning. >>> we begin with a developing tragedy in southern california, a tour bus collided with two other vehicles killing at least eight people, injuring dozens more. authorities said that the driver reported having brake problems as the bus came down the mountains. it rear-ended a car before h hitting a tractor trailer. >> it started to mo
as well as general martin dempsey, and he will sit down with bob costas, and you can catch "meet the press" at 10:30 here on nbc 4. >>> this past week twitter might have accessed the profiles of around 250,000 users, and we have more on how security companies are working to keep those sites and your information safe. >> at the offices of a security consulta consultant, a constant vigil looks for signs of attacks on them and clients. they look for ways to step ahead to block intrusions from succeeding. >> very often we see companies have not invested in responding to the fact they will sustain a breach. >> with cyber attacks on the rise against banks and social media and the systems that keep the company growing, there's a worry the u.s. faces a serious shor of people who know how to respond. >> it takes 1,000 hours, just like a pilot, you can't be a good cyber person unless you actually fought in cyber space, either in a simulator or in the real world. >> the need is exploiting. the u.s. cyber command is drawing up plans to bring 4,000 new security experts onboard. homeland security secret
said talk. i thought you said talk. >> go ahead. bob costa, tell me this isn't true. this can't be true they are not talking about another tax hike. >> they think they got burned about that fiscal cliff tax that at least let some of those new revenues come in with the bush tax rates expiring. what boehner spokesperson is speaking about the tax reform. nobody expects major tax reform happen in the next week. to your opinion, at least it's a good thing. >> a great thing. keith boykin do you have any problem with my sermon on the mound? do you have any problems with life in general? >> i like bob costa. he's a good guy. it's a helpful sign if boehner's people are saying they are willing to close some loopholes that's what obama is talking about. >> he's got you at the achilles heel. >> you're talking about two sides that haven't talked to each other. i'm glad they talked to each other today. they need to get together and work out some kind of an agreement. the president is looking for a compromise. he's willing to have some spending cuts. republicans don't want any revenue they only want s
and robert gibbs on our political round table and on this super bowl sunday, our own bob costas on super bowl culture and safety in the nfl. it is all ahead. i guess i'll say ravens for you, lester. >> i knew you were going to say that. >>> that's going to do it for us on this sunday morning. jenna, it's been awesome. you will have a good time tonight. good luck rushing the field. >> the game is going to end in a tie. bye, guys. >>> i'll see you tonight for "nbc nightly news." have a great day, everybody! >>> we are less than nine hoirs from the big game. live from new orleans. over the next hour we'll preview super bowl xlvii. how are the guys feeling? they'll tell us coming up. >>> as colin kaepernick prepares for the biggest game of his life, the stories behind those now famous tattoos, and now famous pose. >>> the legends off the field, what they say they're celebrating and what they say about the big game today. >>> "today in the bay" starts right now. >> announcer: from nbc bay area, this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning to you. looking live at the superdome. quiet right now, but
one who thinks that. there a lot of republicans -- maybe bob costa, and you may be right. including john mccain who said this morning this is going to cost a million jobs if we do the sequester. i happen to think that's a highest mat but it's not just democrats. >> with all respect to john mccain, his record may be worse than the cato institute and mine. >> spending was cut from 22% of gdp to 18% of gdp. spending was cut a lot, those are big numbers and guess, what the economy boomed. sometimes if you leave capital in private hand, you get a better economy. >> larry, let me just say -- >> i got to get out of here. >> i am all for the government getting out of the way, it's a matter of a hippocratic oath, do no harm. >> did you say a hypocritical oath? let me get this right. >> hippocratical. >> economic news was mixed but i think the bullish fundamentals still look good and i have a fair and balanced question for everybody out there. can we call this the obama rally? that's right. i'm going to ask that question. later on in the show, she's the woman a lot of democrats and republican
the website go-to charity. now the mail. bob, costa rica, bill, tony bennett speaks his mind and it upsets you? his opinion was look sid and shared by millions. actually, a bid unfair to mr. bennett because i did not point that he served in world war ii and saw action in europe. but what he said was historically inaccurate, and i called him on it. and that's my job. terry king, williamsburg, virginia. bill, you're wrong about gun registration. it's none of the government's business what guns i own. public safety trumps privacy, terry. that's the debate. according to recent quinnipiac polls 69% of americans now support gun registration. that number obviously includes many gun owners. registration will make it a lot easier to prosecute criminals who possess unregistered guns. virginia, vero beach, florida. bill, why would anyone need a weapon that kill 30 people in 60 seconds? >> i have an article on about that. check it out. priscilla, glenwood, maryland, i did not enjoy "watters world" tonight. we see too much nudity as it is. we don't need to see it on "the factor." everything
in a bob costas voice and the tradition is dating back to 1896 which is not that long ago. they were adding and subtracting sports. they added baseball in the late 80s and then subtracted it. they subtracted softball which is upsetting. he is right on points. he has an op ad in the washington post and he came out of retirement and came out of casket to get excited about something. i think the olympics are fundamentally ridiculous. >> i don't feel that way and that's the difference between you and me. i am a proud american. remi it seems like a lot has to do with the wrestling community didn't lobby the ioc hard enough. lobbying means bribing. i was shocked to find out something goes on with something as pure as the olympics. >> it is surprising to me. i think it is all about money, without question. the politics behind the scenes, the bribing. i think what advertisers are willing to pay for. what are people watching? are they watching wrestling? i watch the olympics when ever they are on, winter, summer, whatever. i never watched wrestling. i don't know how many people in this room say they
sunday, our own bob costas on super bowl culture and safety in the nfl. it is all ahead. i guess i'll say ravens for you, lester. >> i knew you were going to say that. >>> that's going to do it for us on this sunday morning. jenna, it's been awesome. you will have a good time tonight. good luck rushing the field. >> the game is going to end in a tie. bye, guys. >>> i'll see you tonight for "nbc nightly news." have a great day, everybody! >>> "news4 today" starts now. >> right now problems on the train tracks lead to early morning delays for metro riders. >>> more chances of snow, but will it interrupt your sunday plans? chuck bell is tracking the timing of it all. good morning, i am richard jordan. >> and i am angie goff. it's sunday, february 3rd, 2013, and we have had chances of snow but little of it. >> we have had five measurable snowfalls, and at this rate it will take us to may by the time
in terms of bob costas and jason whitlock who have echoed very similar sentiments. i have been a pro athlete and i can tell you, we are wired differently and we tend to fly off the handle. not saying this is the case here, but i feel like something such as a firearm, just has no place anywhere around a professional athlete. but i will rationalize this by the fact that, you know what, oscar pistorius is a guy who everybody thought they knew, and he had obviously a very bad night and he snapped if it comes out that what he is alleged to have done, he did do. >> "outfront" next, what caused the fire that turned a pleasure cruise it to a trip from hell? today, we got the answer. >>> and a big idea hidden in plain sight, plus, the biggest yacht in the world. yer advanced. in fact, in a recent survey, 95% of people who tried it agreed that it relieved their headache fast. visit today for a special trial offer. visit the in their portfolio, isent of invesunexpected find bny mellon has the vision and experience to help. we look at the f
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argument has been structured around football. bob costa saying there is no way it can sustain itself the way it is right now. the next time someone gets carted off with an energy, they will say, there you go, we have to change the sport. it is the same sort of thing. you know what, whatever it is, they have set us up. stuart: that is the point. it is a set up in terms of future policy. a football injury, well, we told you about this months ago. you are setting up and event which is your side of the political fence. charles: it ultimately will happen. we have had storms for a long time in this world. >> they do not want information buried in the debate. that is what is really ruining it. dagen and connell, it is yours. dagen: im dagen mcdowell speak. i am connell mcshane. today, we have the numbers. dagen: attorney eric holder will be coming up next. connell: immigration reform. topic number one at the white house this morning. we have lou dobbs here to talk to us about it. dagen: the billions of dollars in time and fuel being wasted because we are stuck in traffic. connell: at the to
in the nfl is fundamentally unsustainable. jon: some surprising words there from nbc sportscaster bob costas, calling for change in the nfl he is just one of many expressing concern about the long-term health of players who suffered repeated blows to the head. now the nfl is teaming up with the general electric company to develop technology that would better detect concussions. joining us now to talk a little little more about it, dr. marti mack carry, professor of public health at john hopkins medical center, and the author of, unaccountable. general electric makes a lot of high-tech medical machines, ct scanners and the like. they would seem to be a natural partner for the league in trying to come up with more information about concussions and how often they happen. >> that's right, jon. they are a sort of likely partner. they also do a lot of research on plastics. part of this contract from the nfl to ge, which is about $50 million, will develop safer, helmets, better technology, better padding, better equipment. the other part will probably develop better scanners. you know ge makes a lo
likely to kill a loved one or acquaintance if you have a gun in the home. i think that's what bob costas meant. how many women are killed by their partner? >> caller: i agree with that. but we don't ever know who is going to pull the trigger whether you are qualified to have a gun just like the idiot down there yesterday killed these people at a gun range. so we don't know what deranged person -- >> stephanie: and that was a good guy with a gun. he is not -- not just a trained gun owner, apparently one of the best snipers in our military history, and we still don't know the details of what happened there. all right. twenty-nine minutes after the hour. charlie pierce from next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ current tv is the place for compelling true stories. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more docu
inappropriate to mention violence on monday night football. bob costas. >> stephanie: where are the courageous mayors for illegal guns? where are those guys? >> right. that's a list i would like to see. >> stephanie: i mean it really is incredible. like gayle trotter. what is her group? literally, it is a group that is against the violence against women act. so women that are the actual victims of domestic violence, she does not support that. she supports a woman's right to choose whatever scary looking gun she would like, right? >> government just needs to get out of our lives and let us beat our wives and let us have all of the guns we want. what's the big deal? >> stephanie: i mean i love -- i don't know if you saw the laurence o'donnell thing, it was hilarious. you don't go to the senate to imagine things. you go to testify as to facts. she literally went and talked about some hypothetical situation where there's five armed intruders and babies screaming in the background. >> you have to have an ak assault weapon at that moment. >> stephanie: the one congress man said the story you told th
a gun in the house goes up by, lord, it's huge. suicides -- go ahead. >> bob costas had the audacity to suggest domestic disputes argumentses, alcohol might end differently, don't when there's guns around. >> exactly oop it's the law of averages. again, no one's trying to take anyone's guns away. no one has ever suggested taking anyone's guns away. >> which is proof that they're tying to do it. because the absence of evidence is proof of -- you know, whatever. >> wane lapierre went out last night and did that piece for the daily caller and did a speech saying it was hell on earth in new york city after sandy and how brooklyn was overrun with looters and gun violence everywhere. there were no murders no murders in new york after sandy only seven people are being prosecuted for any thefts. >> really, millions of people? stephanie: fear mongering to buy guns at this point. that's all it is. the only way to self that, buy a gun. buy a gun buy more guns. >> lee pierre is so crazy his meds are off him. >> wane lapierre is so crazy if you look up crazy in the dictionary, he'll shoot you. >>
if there wasn't a gun. we talked about what bob costas said about the football player. >> that's exactly right. though gun just changing the equation. >> stephanie: number 6, nearly ten times more people were shot and killed in arguments than by civilians trying to stop a crime. >> yeah, you hear various numbers from the nra that 2.5 million people use their guns in self-defense every year and these numbers are probably wildly inflated. guns are used in self-defense but most likely they are used in crimes. >> stephanie: right. my favorite argument of right-wing radio host tried to make is they don't count the number of times a gun is brandished in a crime that is stopped. >> one person's self-defense is another person's intimidation. and there was a study where they asked people did you use your gun in self-defense, and then they showed the situation to a panel of judges and the judges said about half of these would land you in court. this dude threatened me to i pulled my gun. that's not self-defense. that's intimidation. >> stephanie: yes. guns make women safer. nearly
. >> they do. absolutely. bob, also after the tragic costa concordia accident a couple of years ago, a lot of people were writing off the cruise industry. and that was not the case. >> didn't happen. yeah. i agree with michelle. i will just say this. wait until everybody get off and starts posting pictures of this. the down side is the worst part is yet to come. wait until you see pictures. but i would note that i think experience cruisers, the kind of people michelle was talking about, will not be deterred by this. they already talked about an eight to ten cent hit on earnings as a result of cancellations. >> i will show some pictures and interviews tomorrow. because i'm leaving for mobile as soon as we finish this. >> fantastic. >> live tomorrow. >> tough pictures. >> thanks, guys. appreciate it. >>> all right, another $2 billion acquisition today. this time in the healthcare sector. we will tell you all about it when tyler and i come back on "power lunch." great, everybody made it. we all work remotely so this is a big deal, our first full team gathering! i wanted to call on a few peopl
analyst peter costa and our very own bob pisani. good to see you, guys. how big is hitting dow 14,000, particularly on the heels of coming off the financial crisis? >> well, you know, it's just a number, number one. there's 10,000, 12,000, 14,000, and if you look at historically, any time you've broken through one of the milestones it's taken a minimum of five months to really follow through so i don't think you're going to see a major follow through in the next few weeks. i do think we'll reach a new high, but as far as making new levels way above 14,000, it's going to take months for that to happen, if it happens at all. >> i'm not big on round numbers either, but in this case i think this is psychologically important. at an inflexion point. right near historic highs. four weeks of inflows. we're starting to see a glimmer that the consumer is interested. i think that this is going to be headlines potentially tomorrow in the newspapers. i mean, the regular old newspapers, not the financial press. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and i've been waiting for this for four years to happe
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